Rugby-No permanent damage to England's bruised brand


By Ossian Shine Nov 24 (Reuters) - The shrapnel from English rugby's explosive self-destruction still has some time to settle, but no permanent damage has been done to the national team's image, a sponsorship expert told Reuters on Thursday. Lurid headlines this week littered the British media after a leaked confidential report into England's World Cup debacle was published by The Times newspaper. Within the report England players held nothing back in their criticism of each other, coach ...

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